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Steam rises from a pit of corn mash that is used as feed for catle at Sterling Ethanol LLC located at 450 Angus Ave., in Sterling, CO Sept. 26, 2006. The feed is the by-product of the Ethanol that is made at the facility. Near by Yuma county produces the second largest amount of corn in the United States resulting in Colorado's Eastern Plains farmers finding that they can make more money switching their crops from animal feed to production of Ethanol. A group of farmers in Sterling formed a co-op and have a $60 million plant up and running and a second one in Yuma County under construction. (EVAN SEMON/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) **

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